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Frequently Asked Questions

When can my group come and stay?

Our facilities are seasonal and as a result the site is only available for stays through an extended summer season from May - September. Basic camping can be available in the off season by separate arrangement.

Who is the site aimed at?

We aim to provide top quality residential experiences for young people both in the UK. We accomplish this by developing year-round opportunities where they can engage in relationship-centered camps and projects.  We provide experiences for young people to have fun, relax and explore the deeper questions in life whilst having a great time doing it. In the past we have catered for Youth Groups, Schools, Churches and Duke of Edinburgh groups.

What accommodation is available?

 We have flexible options including marquees with sleeping pods and tents. Groups can bring their own tents and caravans by separate arrangement

What facilities are available?

The site has a large marquee and barn each equipped with a kitchen, power and lights. There are hot showers and separate toilet blocks. Drinking water is available from multiple locations around site.

Do all activities require an instructor? 

No. Use of our swimming pool, hot tubs, trampoline and games equipment is supervised by the group. Bookable activities such as kayaking, climbing and archery require one approved instructor per 10 people. Each instructor is booked at a cost of £300 per day. More information about our activities can be found here.

How can I book?

Complete our booking enquiry form and a member of the team will get back to you.

Who are TENT?

The Ezra and Nehemiah Trust (TENT) is a registered charity (No 1157433). The charity oversees management of the camp site and liaises with the wider Powys Estate. 

Are campfires allowed?

Definitely! There is a large fire area which can be used under responsible supervision by groups. Wood supplies will be available.

Can I bring my dog?

We are a dog-friendly site but expect dogs to be kept under close control and to remain within the boundaries of the site. Dog owners are responsible for cleaning up after their dog.

Can I bring my bike?

Visitors are welcome to bring bikes and to use them responsibly on or around the main camping field. The surrounding estate and farmland is private however there are several public routes to explore in the region including National Cycling Route 81 which runs past the site entrance.

What parking is available?

Access to the site is along a dirt track. There is a 5mph speed limit across the site. Cars and minibuses will be directed to park in the yard area by site staff. Coaches can drop off on site but parking is not available.

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